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The University of Montana

Missoula, MT
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Special Needs

University of Montana Says...

Disability Services for Students ensures that programs at the University of Montana are accessible and usable by students with disabilities. Access is a civil right; therefore, reasonable modifications must be made. We recognize that a “one-size-fits-all” approach is not a sound response to... More More

Visiting And Contact Information

Lommasson Center 103

Missoula, MT 59812

United States

Phone: 406-243-6266

Fax: 406-243-5711

Website

Admissions Information
Type of Program:For all students with disabilities
Director:James Marks
College Entrance Tests Required:Yes
Interview Required:No
Documentation Requred for LD:Disability Services for Students asks students who request reasonable program modifications to describe their disability, their past use of modifications or the disability's likely impact on their educational experiences. Types of helpful documentation supportive of such requests include medical records, psycho-educational testing, and school records. If the student does not have copies of this type of information, the student is still welcome to meet with a Coordinator to discuss other ways to demonstrate a connection between his/her disability and any academic barriers the student anticipates or is facing. Documentation can provide a valuable tool for helping the University of Montana understand how courses, systems and facilities may present barriers, and for planning strategies, including reasonable modifications, which facilitate access. Disability Services for Students often uses external documentation to augment conversations with students and to support requests for modifications.
Documentation Required for ADHD:Disability Services for Students asks students who request reasonable program modifications to describe their disability, their past use of modifications or the disability's likely impact on their educational experiences. Types of helpful documentation supportive of such requests include medical records, psycho-educational testing, and school records. If the student does not have copies of this type of information, the student is still welcome to meet with a Coordinator to discuss other ways to demonstrate a connection between his/her disability and any academic barriers the student anticipates or is facing. Documentation can provide a valuable tool for helping the University of Montana understand how courses, systems and facilities may present barriers, and for planning strategies, including reasonable modifications, which facilitate access. Disability Services for Students often uses external documentation to augment conversations with students and to support requests for modifications.

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Services Offered
Calculator allowed in exams:Yes
Dictionary allowed in exams:Yes
Computer allowed in exams:Yes
Spellchecker allowed in exams:Yes
Extended test time:Yes
Scribes:Yes
Proctors:Yes
Oral exams:Yes
Notetakers:Yes
Distraction-free environment:Yes
Accommodation for students with ADHD: Yes
Reading machine:Yes
Other assistive technology:Yes
LD specialists:No
Priority registration:Yes

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Special Needs

  • Type of Program:
    For all students with disabilities
  • Director:
    James Marks
  • LD specialists:
    No
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